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Hulu announces four new Marvel animated shows: Howard the Duck, M.O.D.O.K., more

The age of the Defenders is passing away; let the age of the Offenders begin! Following the recent cancellations of Iron Fist, Luke Cage, and Daredevil, it seems like the storied Netflix/Marvel partnership is fading out. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t going to be new Marvel TV adaptations to...

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Hulu, Marvel to create 4 animated series

PASADENA, Calif. >> Hulu is teaming with Marvel to make four separate animated series based on comic book characters like Howard the Duck.

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New Live-Action ‘Aladdin’ Teaser Reveals A Very Blue Genie — And Fans Are Pissed!

Disney has stumped fans again! After the first photo teasers showed no blue genie, people were BEYOND pissed! So, during the Grammys on Sunday, the House of Mouse decided to finally show a live-action Aladdin teaser with Will Smith‘s character looking more like the classic animated film. Related:...

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The untold story of the (500) Days of Summer dance sequence

Marc Webb’s irresistible indie (500) Days of Summer turns 10 this year, and as part of EW’s February celebration of all things rom-com, we’ve caught up with the cast and the filmmakers about the making of the much-loved not-a-love story. Of all 500 days, number 35 had to be one of the...

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Hulu on Monday was edging closer to the business of its soon-to-be-majority owner Disney as it announced it was adding four new Marvel animated series to its lineup. The four series will be oriented toward adults and comedic in tone: “M.O.D.O.K,” featuring an egotistical super villain;...

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Ever since Marvel made it a trend to add mid- or postcredits scenes to the end of its movies, getting up at the end of any movie - Marvel or not - now comes with hesitation. Because "Will there be a postcredits scene?" is always a question viewers ask themselves before heading out of the theater...

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The 91st Academy Awards boast a particularly strong field of short-film nominees in all three categories. The animated selections range from wacky animal cartoons to moving meditations on parenting. Live-action contenders feature an alarming number of kids in peril and an elderly woman gently...

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See the first look at Will Smith's blue Genie in Aladdin trailer

You wanted a blue Genie, you got a blue Genie. Back in December, the first look at Guy Ritchie’s live-action Aladdin film graced EW’s cover. But many fans were confused and angered by Smith’s very human appearance. The actor assured people that he would indeed be in blue like the original...

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Live-Action Aladdin Debuts Trailer at the Grammys — Featuring Will Smith's Blue-Skinned Genie

“Your life begins now… Aladdin”. Watch this special look at Disney’s #Aladdin, in theaters May 24. pic.twitter.com/6kgsmxUtam — Disney’s Aladdin (@disneyaladdin) February 11, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Get your magic carpets ready! During Sunday’s Grammy Awards,...

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‘The Lego Movie 2’ opens No. 1, but everything is not awesome

NEW YORK (AP) — “The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part” was easily the top ticket-seller in theaters over the weekend, but the film’s $35 million opening failed to stack up to its expected haul, according to studio estimates Sunday. The animated sequel had been forecast to draw around $50...

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